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ABC
Oct 17, 2012 5:30pm PDT
. and it's the third footwear fiasco for the prime minister. she's certainly not the first woman to fall head over heels. see "sex and the city." remember carrie bradshaw's catwalk tumble? >> oh, my god. she's fashion roadkill. >> reporter: runways are littered with roadkill. wobbles, tumbles and wipeouts. at heathrow airport, lady gaga showed she wasn't the practical, rolling luggage type, and ended up rolling her ankles. but for the rest of us, why do we bother when we know it can end like this? the man behind those skyscraping red soles, christian louboutin, explained it to me like this. >> some women are not completely comfortable with their body. and even if you're not really comfortable with your body, you are comfortable with your feet. >> reporter: at the time, i was six months pregnant, so he proved it to me. hello, lovers! i think i just lost five pounds and ten years. fabulous. when you're talking seven-inch heels, practicality really isn't the point. >> i don't want these shoes to be comfortable shoes. >> reporter: they're not going to be birkenstocks. >> exactly. >> reporter
ABC
Oct 29, 2012 5:30pm PDT
somewhere safe. sandy is coming. the question is, how will new york city handle it? the big apple has been shut down to its core. lower manhattan looks like a ghost town. wall street will be closed for consecutive days because of weather for the first time since the 1800s in a place where you have to look up to see where many live, skyscrapers are a concern. wind speeds on the ground are half those on the top floors. sometimes forcing buildings to sway. >> the further up you live the more reason you should close your drapes and just stay away from windows. >> reporter: watch this bath water slosh in a brookline high-rise in gusts of barely 40 miles an hour. half what's expected from sandy. at ground zero still under construction special precautions as teals have worked for days to disassembly a mashed down piece of machinery. fears heightened by that ten-ton steel arm dangling from a high-rise building. but the main threat from sandy is storm surge. not just flooding, surge effect hits like a liquid fist powered by 80-mile-an-hour winds. sandy brings potentially an extra 6 to 12 feet of sa
ABC
Oct 26, 2012 5:30pm PDT
'm dan ashley. >> a man shot to death this morning in oakland, highlights need for assistance in a city where the crime rate skyrocketed this year. we're live with today's developments. thomas? >> this isn't the first time oakland asked for help from the sheriff's department or chp. but jerry brown was mayor of oakland he asked for same support. now, he's governor and providing it. >> i said those are gunshots. >> jody lives right here near lake merit this, morning she heard shots. wins -- minutes later a man was found dead in the street. police officers say he was targeted as he left for work. >> we're talking to witnesses and we are thankful to the community. we received multiple calls this
ABC
Oct 16, 2012 5:30pm PDT
just outside new york city. they know the power of one night in this race. look at this. you can see it right there. after the first debate, a dramatic change, that surge for mitt romney. now, just 3 weeks remaining, 21 days until americans go to the polls. it is "your voice, your vote," and our team is on the ground at hofstra university in new york, so let's start with abc's jake tapper and what the president is going to bring tonight, jake. >> reporter: good evening, diane. well, campaign sources for both campaigns tell me that romney and obama have rehearsed for this potentially tricky town hall format with aides throwing them random questions, jumping from topic to topic looking for ways to bond with the undecided voters who will be making up the audience in this theater in the round behind me. at a williamsburg, virginia, resort this morning, president obama put on a confident face between a workout and a 45-minute debate prep session. how are you feeling about tonight? >> i feel fabulous. >> reporter: what are you going to say? >> look at this beautiful day. >> reporter: then
ABC
Oct 29, 2012 6:30pm EDT
and sandy is coming the question i s, how will new york city handle it? >> the big apple has been shut down to its core. lower manhattan looks like a ghost town at wall street will be closed for consecutive days because of weather for the first time since the 18 hundreds. and place we have to look up to see were many people live, spiked scrapers are a concern and wind speeds on the ground or half of those of those on the top floors sometimes forcing buildings to s way. >> the further up you live, the re reason you should close your dreams and just stay away from windows. >> reporter: watched the bath water sloshing a brooklyn high- rise in gusts of barely 40 miles an h our, half of what is expected by sandy. at ground zero still under construction special precautions as teams worked at two get machinery tied down and fears heightened by 10-ton steel arm dangling from a high-rise building the main threat from sandy is a storm surge, not just letting the surge effect his with a look at vista powered by 80-mile an hour winds. sandy brings potential in extra six to 12 feet of sea and river flow
Search Results 0 to 9 of about 10 (some duplicates have been removed)